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The conventional approach of moving stored data to the CPU for computation has become a major performance bottleneck for emerging scale-out data-intensive applications due to their limited data reuse. At the same time, the advancement in integration technologies have made the decade-old concept of coupling compute units close to the memory (called Near-Memory Computing) more viable. Processing right at the home of data can completely diminish the data movement problem of data-intensivedoi:10.1109/dsd.2018.00106 dblp:conf/dsd/SinghCCASJCB18 fatcat:26ucg3klobahff5mguj25lh44m